Our Time Art Exhibition helped raise awareness and funds to defeat brain tumours
From 6 to 15 April, we were thrilled to hold our one-of-a-kind Time Art Exhibition at The Business Design Centre in London.
In this wrap-up blog post, we’ll cover:
- What our Time Art Exhibition was all about
- Take a virtual tour of our Time Art Exhibition
- The impact of our Time Art Exhibition
- The special events we held throughout the exhibition
- How you can add your support
What our Time Art Exhibition was all about
Our Time Art Exhibition intended to capture what it means to be part of the brain tumour community.
It featured photographs, illustrations, paintings, scans and sculptures submitted by people in the community, as well as artworks by upcoming and renowned artists from across the world – all to help raise awareness of the impact of brain tumours.
From David Shrigley and Hannah Gibson, to Opake, Stony and many more – it was truly moving to see so much creativity, so much talent and so many shared experiences in one place.
Time was a big success, with people from all walks of life visiting to view and bid on the artwork.
If you attended, we hope you enjoyed your visit. And if you missed it, check out some photos from the event throughout this blog post!
Take a virtual tour of our Time Art Exhibition
Experience the exhibit as though you are really there, with this virtual walk-through of the gallery space! Unfortunately, bidding is closed for the artwork, but you can still experience the event by taking the virtual tour.
The impact of our Time Art Exhibition
There’s no doubt that Time has helped the public better understand the journey taken by patients, loved ones, supporters, clinicians and researchers when they’re living with a brain tumour or supporting somebody who’s been diagnosed.
If you got involved, whether by submitting art, coming along to the exhibition or placing a bid, we’re incredibly grateful. Your support means everything, and we simply couldn’t do what we do without you – thank you!
The special events we held throughout the exhibition
Throughout the exhibition, we held a number of special evening events. The first of these was our Celebrating You Awards 2023, celebrating and recognising the awe-inspiring brain tumour community.
This was followed by a night dedicated to the street artist Stony, who sadly died from a glioblastoma last year.
If that wasn’t enough, we came together again on 13 April to officially launch our bold new charity strategy for 2023-2030: Living Longer and Better. After which there was a live auction, where exclusive artworks were auctioned to help raise money to accelerate change.
The awareness raised and exposure gained during the exhibitionand associated events is a huge step forward towards our vision of a world without brain tumours – but we couldn’t have done it without you standing with us. So from all of us, a huge thank you again!
How you can add your support
If you’re keen to get your hands on a reminder of this fabulous event, or you just want to add your support, we have a beautiful range of Time Exhibition merchandise available in our shop. Take a look today!